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Pacific-12 Conference Career Leaders and Records for Field Goals

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1996-97 through 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1996-97

Rank Player FG From To Last School
1.Eddie House 763 1997 2000 Arizona State
2.Chasson Randle 760 2012 2015 Stanford
3.Hassan Adams 750 2003 2006 Arizona
4.Jon Brockman 718 2006 2009 Washington
5.Channing Frye 707 2002 2005 Arizona
6.Jason Kapono 699 2000 2003 UCLA
7.Sean Lampley 661 1998 2001 California
8.Quincy Pondexter 652 2007 2010 Washington
9.Luke Jackson 645 2001 2004 Oregon
10.C.J. Wilcox 640 2011 2014 Washington
11.Patrick Christopher 639 2007 2010 California
12.Sam Clancy 632 1999 2002 Southern California
13.Ike Diogu 617 2003 2005 Arizona State
 Josh Shipp 617 2005 2009 UCLA
15.Salim Stoudamire 615 2002 2005 Arizona
16.Malik Hairston 612 2005 2008 Oregon
17.Jeff Pendergraph 611 2006 2009 Arizona State
18.Joe Shipp 607 2000 2003 California
19.Chase Budinger 599 2007 2009 Arizona
 Klay Thompson 599 2009 2011 Washington State
21.Todd MacCulloch 598 1996 1999 Washington
22.Askia Booker 595 2012 2015 Colorado
 Jerome Randle 595 2007 2010 California
24.Tajuan Porter 584 2007 2010 Oregon
25.Jason Gardner 575 2000 2003 Arizona
26.Brock Motum 565 2010 2013 Washington State
27.Darren Collison 560 2006 2009 UCLA
28.Fred Jones 554 1999 2002 Oregon
 David Kravish 554 2012 2015 California
 Isaiah Thomas 554 2009 2011 Washington
31.Nick Young 553 2005 2007 Southern California
32.Dan Gadzuric 548 1999 2002 UCLA
33.Casey Jacobsen 547 2000 2002 Stanford
34.Dijon Thompson 541 2002 2005 UCLA
35.Roberto Nelson 540 2011 2014 Oregon State
36.Devon Collier 539 2011 2014 Oregon State
37.Allen Crabbe 533 2011 2013 California
 Brandon Roy 533 2003 2006 Washington
39.Lodrick Stewart 532 2004 2007 Southern California
40.Brian Scalabrine 528 1999 2001 Southern California
41.Michael Wright 527 1999 2001 Arizona
42.Desmon Farmer 525 2001 2004 Southern California
 Lawrence Hill 525 2006 2009 Stanford
44.Dwight Lewis 522 2007 2010 Southern California
45.Arron Afflalo 519 2005 2007 UCLA
46.Anthony Brown 518 2011 2015 Stanford
 Deon Luton 518 1997 2000 Washington
 Earl Watson 518 1998 2001 UCLA
49.Dwight Powell 515 2011 2014 Stanford
50.E.J. Singler 507 2010 2013 Oregon
51.Justin Cobbs 503 2010 2014 California
 Norman Powell 503 2012 2015 UCLA
53.Taj Gibson 502 2007 2009 Southern California
54.Aaron Brooks 500 2004 2007 Oregon
55.Landry Fields 499 2007 2010 Stanford
56.Jordan Hill 494 2007 2009 Arizona
 Bryce Taylor 494 2005 2008 Oregon
 Brian Wethers 494 2000 2003 California
59.Solomon Hill 487 2010 2013 Arizona
60.Matthew Bryan-Amaning 483 2008 2011 Washington
61.Marcus Moore 481 2001 2004 Washington State
62.Michael Dickerson 474 1995 1998 Arizona
63.Joseph Young 471 2012 2015 Oregon
64.DaVonte Lacy 467 2012 2015 Washington State
65.David Bluthenthal 465 1999 2002 Southern California
66.Marcel Jones 460 2005 2008 Oregon State
67.Deaundra Tanner 458 1998 2001 Oregon State
68.Justin Dentmon 457 2006 2009 Washington
 Jason Terry 457 1996 1999 Arizona
70.Theo Robertson 455 2006 2010 California
71.Ty Abbott 454 2008 2011 Arizona State
72.Mike Batiste 450 1997 1999 Arizona State
 Ivan Radenovic 450 2004 2007 Arizona
74.Mustafa Shakur 447 2004 2007 Arizona
75.Nate Robinson 446 2003 2005 Washington
76.Chris Crosby 445 1997 2000 Washington State
77.Derrick Low 444 2005 2008 Washington State
 Tommy Smith 444 2000 2003 Arizona State
79.Jeremy Veal 443 1997 1998 Arizona State
80.Jahii Carson 442 2013 2014 Arizona State
81.Nick Johnson 441 2012 2014 Arizona
82.Byron Wesley 440 2012 2015 Southern California
83.Errick Craven 439 2002 2005 Southern California
84.Tyrone Wallace 437 2013 2015 California
85.Josh Owens 436 2008 2012 Stanford
86.Luke Ridnour 431 2001 2003 Oregon
 Jeff Trepagnier 431 1998 2001 Southern California
88.T.J. Cummings 429 2001 2004 UCLA
89.Jeremy Green 428 2009 2011 Stanford
 Mark Madsen 428 1997 2000 Stanford
91.Calvin Haynes 427 2008 2011 Oregon State
92.Bobby Jones 424 2003 2006 Washington
 Harper Kamp 424 2008 2012 California
94.Chad Prewitt 422 1999 2002 Arizona State
95.Luke Walton 420 2000 2003 Arizona
96.Ryan Anderson 419 2007 2008 California
97.Maarty Leunen 418 2005 2008 Oregon
98.James Harden 417 2008 2009 Arizona State
99.Joe Burton 416 2010 2013 Oregon State
100.Josh Scott 413 2013 2015 Colorado
101.Jorge Gutierrez 412 2009 2012 California
102.A.J. Bramlett 411 1996 1999 Arizona
103.Brandon Granville 409 1999 2002 Southern California
 Matt Haryasz 409 2003 2006 Stanford
 A.D. Smith 409 1998 2000 Oregon
106.Tim Young 406 1995 1999 Stanford
107.Brian Jackson 405 2000 2003 Oregon State
 Chris Stephens 405 2003 2006 Oregon State
109.Kyle Fogg 404 2009 2012 Arizona
110.Matt Barnes 402 1999 2002 UCLA
 Kyle Weaver 402 2005 2008 Washington State
112.David Lucas 401 2002 2005 Oregon State
113.Rob Little 400 2002 2005 Stanford
114.Kris Weems 399 1997 1999 Stanford
115.Nic Wise 398 2007 2010 Arizona
116.Gilbert Arenas 395 2000 2001 Arizona
 Anthony Goods 395 2006 2009 Stanford
 J.R. Henderson 395 1995 1998 UCLA
 Rihards Kuksiks 395 2008 2011 Arizona State
120.Aron Baynes 394 2006 2009 Washington State
121.Joevan Catron 393 2007 2011 Oregon
122.Josh Huestis 392 2011 2014 Stanford
 Ayinde Ubaka 392 2004 2007 California
124.Jordan Loveridge 388 2013 2015 Utah
 Derrick Williams 388 2010 2011 Arizona